The Ethnographic Challenge of Masorti Religiosity Among Israeli Jews

Par Harvey E. Goldberg
The religious life of Israelis deemed masorti-“traditional,” who resist being labeled “religious” or “non-religious,” has received minimal ethnographic attention. Scattered encounters with Jews from Libya, relating to women in public ritual, reveal a range of masorti orientations. Masorti life is also challenged by orthodox norms, an ongoing process that invites further in-depth ethnography.
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